Spacesuited Snoopy doll floats in zero-g on moon-bound Artemis 1 mission


Snoopy, “the world-famous astronaut,” has made it into area — once more.

The white-spotted canine, who grew to become “the primary beagle on the moon” in a sequence of Peanuts comedian strips in 1969, is now on his method again to the moon aboard NASA’s Artemis 1 mission (opens in new tab). Snoopy, within the type of a small doll wearing a one-of-a-kind duplicate of NASA’s strain swimsuit for Artemis astronauts, is the “zero-g indicator,” or ZGI, on board the area company’s now lunar-orbit-bound Orion spacecraft.

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